Ever have one of those days, or weekends for that matter, where you have no desire to do anything? I mean zip, nada, zilch, nothing? Yeah, I’m having one of those days. Oh, let’s be honest, it’s going to be that way the whole weekend.
Just so you know, if you think I am being lazy because I don’t feel like cleaning The Batcave or pay The Bat-Bills, or any other chore that normally needs to be done, then you’d be highly mistaken. No, my laziness is not derived from wanting to not do things that need to be done, but quite the contrary: It’s because everything IS done so I do not need to do anything else.
See, I believe that everybody has the right to be lazy, at least once in a while. And as long as you have all of the things you normally do are done, there is no reason why you can’t just sit back, or in my case, lay back and watch the world go by. Truth be told, I’m too lazy to leave The Batcave, so I am, at least mentally, kicking back and watching the world go by.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been putting in a lot of hours, including overtime, at work, working a seasonal second job; I got through three major holidays alive, and then with my other responsibilities to my church, I, literally, have not had a day off in about 8 or 9 weeks. I’m tired. I’m cranky. I just need to rest. So, that is what I am doing.
But for now, I’m going to cook me a nice dinner, grab a good book and relax. I’m going to put my brain and my body in cruise control and outside of my respiratory system and blinking, I don’t plan on moving a single muscle. Ok, using the muscles to pick up and drink a cup of coffee are a given. Outside of that, I will be semi-aware of my activities as I start to read the book Thumper got me for Christmas.
I do realize this is a short post, but I hope you will indulge me this one time.
But fear not, I shall be back soon with more witticisms and other things that will make you all think I belong either highly medicated or under observation.
I now return you to your regularly scheduled life…already in progress.